Now Lamborghini makes some immensely beautiful and fast supercars and the Huracan is no different. To add more spice to the driving experience, Lamborghini brought out the rear wheel drive Huracan which is sure to be more involving and not to mention hairier to drive than its all-wheel drive variant. And now to make your screams more audible to the world, Lamborghini has dropped the top off its two wheel drive Huracan.
The car borrows the roof mechanism from the all-wheel drive Spyder, which means it will take about 17 seconds from roof to no roof and vice versa. To make sure the Huracan still looks as visually appealing, it gets two fins which emerge from the B-pillar. Other than that, minor cosmetic changes to the front and the rear will be the only visible differences between the RWD coupe and Spyder.
Powering the LP580-2 Spyder will be the same 5.2 litre V10 pushing out 572bhp with a top speed of 317 km/h. Acceleration is a shade slower than the hard top at 3.6 seconds which is expected considering the additional strengthening the convertible receives. Expect the car to be priced slightly above the two wheel drive hardtop but under the all-wheel drive coupe. The car going will go on sale in January 2017 internationally with an India launch to follow soon.